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Here is an issue. We are using Exchange2000 and when I send HTML Pages within the department everyone gets them as HTML. When they come in from outside the department, they show as an IE Attachment and you have to click that to view it. Sometimes the HTML will show up as HTML Coding in the body of the email instead of showing a webpage.

 Does anyone know how to make it so the web pages that come in as HTML show in the Outlook Client as HTML instead of sometimes coming in correct and other times all messed up?


  Main reason here is this. The BOSS is subscribing to New York Times and is getting the Headlines as HTML, but the Sports sections and other sections are coming in as broken html coding which pisses him off to the max. He thinks the Exchange server is doing it. I have no clue myself.

Note: All our clients are using Outlook2002 and have html turned on for sending and recieving in their options.
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Question by:Spacemanbob2000
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This is specific to each email in particular and who is sending it to whom.  There is not a lot you can do about how someone else formats an email to one of your users.
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